Buildings in Paris

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  • Les Invalides is a giant complex of buildings from the 17 century, founded by Louis XIV. It was a place for wounded and homeless French war veterans. On the territory of 180...
  • The Grand Palais was constructed for the Universal Exposition held in Paris in 1900. Today it is a prestigious cultural and exhibition centre. In the north wing of the Palace there...
  • 29 Avenue Rapp is an outstanding example of Art Nouveau style created by the architect Jules Lavirotte. The facade decorated with a variety of allegorical sculptures is a unified...
  • Hôtel de Ville is the city hall of Paris, it has been the site of the city's municipality since 1357. The impressive 110 meters long facade of the building is decorated with...
  • The Jardins du Trocadero is located on the hill, where there was a castle in the middle age, a monastery in the 17th century, the Palais du Trocadéro in the 19th century and the...
  • The Carnavalet Museum dedicated to the history of Paris was opened in 1880 in a luxurious historic mansion. It contains an extensive collection of artifacts from different times...
  • The Musée d'Orsay is a museum of fine and applied arts, the 3rd most popular museum in Paris and the 10th in the world. The museum contains one of the largest collections of...
  • The Pantheon is a beautiful neoclassical building originally created as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve, but now functions as a mausoleum for distinguished French citizens. The...
  • The Petit Palais is a former exhibition pavilion designed by Charles Girault for the 1900 Exposition Universelle. Now it houses the Museum of Fine Arts displaying art collections...